Premiere Tag Archive

The Futility of Being Gets Kicked into Sharp Relief in Andy Fisher’s Silent Western Comedy ‘LUCKY’

Live Action, Premiere

10th September, 2019

Andy Fischer steps back to the old west for silent comedy short 'LUCKY' a film which sees a poverty-stricken family get hit hard by the futility of being.

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Artur Zaremba Questions the Pressures of Beauty Standards & Filter Culture in Reclamation of Self Short ‘SKIN’

Documentary, Premiere

9th September, 2019

Artur Zaremba explains why he set out to question how we perceive ourselves and the concept of beauty in the era of mass filtered reality in 'SKIN'.

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Dee Meaden Discards Filmmaking Safety Nets in Search of Authenticity in Isolated Sister-Brother Short ‘Sibling’

Live Action, Premiere

29th August, 2019

DN sits down with Dee Meaden to discover how working without production safety nets made room for creative risks and authentic performances in 'Sibling'.

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Rob Simonsen Culminates a Journey of Self-Discovery for the Finale of His Music Video Trilogy with ‘Ondes’

Music, Premiere

22nd August, 2019

Film Composer Rob Simonsen tells DN how he made the transition to creating his own music and, in turn, his own audio-visual identity with 'Ondes'.

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Matt Cascella Envisages the Life Cycle of a Mattress in his Comedy Short ‘Beds’

Live Action, Premiere

15th August, 2019

Brooklyn-based director Matt Cascella tells DN how he maintained a consistent tone throughout the vignettes of his lifecycle of a mattress short 'Beds'.

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Barret Bowman Turns Stomachs with the Most Disgusting Games Night of All Time in Gross-Out Comedy ‘Baby Bird’

Live Action, Premiere

13th August, 2019

Barret Bowman tells DN how he created the practical effects used for his gross-out comedy 'Baby Bird', a short about a games night that goes much too far.

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The Sacred Dances & Sketchbook Drawings Behind Lottie Kingslake’s Rhythmic RCA Short ‘So I Danced Again’

Animation, Premiere

12th August, 2019

Animator Lottie Kingslake joins us to discuss how YouTube videos of a dance practiced by followers of mystic Gurdjieff led to her own creative journey.

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A Solo Park Run Escalates into a Battle of One-Upmanship in Mariia Ponomarova’s ‘Ardea’

Live Action, Premiere

5th August, 2019

Mariia Ponomarova joins DN for the premiere 'Ardea' - the story of a gentle park run which quickly escalates into a competitive battle of one-upmanship.

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Serafima Serafimova Exposes Female Body Hang-Ups to the Cleansing Spotlight of Collective Recognition in ‘Flawed’

Animation, Premiere

31st July, 2019

Serafima Serafimova reveals how hang-ups inspired the creation of 'Flawed' - a film which exposes the personal insecurities women have about their bodies.

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Dee Meaden Delves into the Complicated Relationship Between Creativity & Delusion in Vérité Drama ‘An Actor’

Live Action, Premiere

25th July, 2019

Dee Meaden explains how concerns about our attitudes towards the homeless inspired her short film exploration of the line between creativity and delusion.

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Tomas Ramanauskas Helps us Come to Terms with Life on Earth in Existential Western ‘After Death, Before Hell’

Animation, Premiere

24th July, 2019

Director Tomas Ramanauskas joins us to discuss his existential short 'After Death, Before Hell' - a comedy about making plans in life.

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Life Gets Freaky for a Boy & His Masked Friend in Peter Collins Campbell’s Absurdist Short ‘Summer Vacation’

Animation

23rd July, 2019

"I keep putting enormous voids into things I make." Peter Collins Campbell talks to DN about his decidedly strange coming of age short 'Summer Vacation'.

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